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Yes, angiosperms are named so just because they are flowering plants.

In taxonomy when a plant is to be classified various factors are checked and taken into consideration. Plants with flowers are placed into this category; this is also further divided into dicots , monocots and gymnosperms.......

Plants with no flowers or we can say that non flowering plants are put into another category that is acryptogams.....

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